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Keeping up with Ontario’s Electrical Safety Code
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Each year, thousands of new innovations are released into the Canadian market. These can range from slight improvements to existing products to revolutionary new technologies that fundamentally change the way we do things. But no matter how big or small the innovation, it is critically important that there are regulations in place that account for change and keep people safe.

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Headline News
»New affordable rental project underway in Vancouver
 
»Starlight offers U.S. multifamily investment strategies
 
»Carbon pricing reappears on Ontario gas bills
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Where there’s Smoke: Wildfire prevention tips for property owners
Warmer weather and drylands are prime kindling for wildfires. And if current blazes across B.C. and northern Alberta are any indication, Canada is bracing for one of its most severe wildfire seasons yet.  »READ MORE
»JLL appoints new CEO of Canadian Markets
 
»Graham awarded $267M Paramount condo project
 
»A proactive approach to bird control
 

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Canada invests in wood construction and innovation
The government of Canada has announced a $2.5-million investment in the Canadian Wood Council’s Advanced Wood Education Roadmap to promote the benefits and opportunities associated with wood construction. »READ MORE
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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Average monthly rents continue to trend upward

While June is a prime month for rental listings and demand, the average rental rate for all property types was $1,953 per month and the median asking rent of $1,875 was up from $1,800 in May. But the average rental rate for only apartments declined slightly month-over-month from $1,531 in May to $1,526 in June. »READ MORE

 
 
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